The last call to see the finest Polish cinema in Glasgow this year

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This is the last call to see one of the best Polish feature film of the last years in Scotland this year.  On the 12th of December the last screening of the largest mobile Polish Festival films in the United Kingdom will take place in Glasgow.

Fans and critics are welcome to view feature film “Black” directed by Dominic Matwiejczyk. Play Poland Film Festival has only one aim – to win hearts of cinema-goers across the United Kingdom.

Czarny comes back to his family village after a long absence, to rest after his tiring work and metropolitan life.  He left the village many years ago under dramatic circumstances involving the mysterious suicide of his father.  He meets Ola, a rebellious teenager who claims to be his father’s daughter and his stepsister.

The villagers are scandalised by their friendship.  Ola’s devout mother, who is romancing with the parson, finds a ‘Satanic Bible’ in her daughter’s room.

An exorcist is called in to help Ola… Among the laurels for the film there are leading Polish young actors, which include Matthew Damięcki – Award for Independent Film Festival and Mary Niklińską, who was nominated for the award in the category of the role of women.

The festival has been hosted in Edinburgh and Glasgow since October this year.

So far, critics and fans were able to watch at the Sikorski Polish Club in Glasgow some of the unique works of Polish filmmakers, in particular films created in the Andrzej Munk Studio, including “Piece of Summer” by Marta Mironowicz, the multi award winning “Do not be afraid of the dark room” by Kuba Czekaj, and the Oscar nominated picture “The Cathedral”, “Tomek Baginski”.

For information on the festival programme and to book tickets visit www.playpoland.org.uk or join the event on Facebook at www.facebook.com/#!/PlayPoland